|There's just something wonderful about sea-glass, IMHO|
|The Rock of Gibraltar|
I thought Gibraltar, being a tax-free/tax-exile sort of place would be shiny, tidy, wealthy - Bond Street-on-Sea sort of place. Errrrr, no. It's like most English seaside towns, but without the charity shops. Tatty, but not quite quaint. And it's shut on Saturdays. I have no idea why.
It was interesting, don't get me wrong, but one afternoon visiting was enough.
Emma thought it was great, but this was mainly because she got to go on two buses. We had been advised not to drive into Gibraltar, since there was no telling how
|The queue into Gibraltar|
|One of the many sets of steps in Gibraltar|
Ronda was another "must do" on our list, and, unlike Gibraltar, did not disappoint. An amazing white-painted hill-top town (and not closed at the weekend) with wonderful buildings, doorways (we love a good doorway) and views.
|A side street in Ronda|
|A Good Doorway|
And, even better, we had some visitors staying, Chris and Sarah, who were escaping the wet, cold and snow in the UK.